Perisher PEAK Festival. June Long Weekend 5 – 8 June 2020
Registrations for Perisher PEAK Festival 2020 closed 20 January 2020.
Notifications will be provided by the end of March 2020.
Please read the information on this page and then complete the application form below to register your expression of interest to perform.
The 12th Perisher Peak Festival will be held in venues throughout Perisher Ski Resort during the opening weekend of the 2020 Australian snow season.
The festival begins on Friday afternoon and then continues at pace over Saturday and Sunday finishing with a Finale concert on Monday afternoon.
Artists will generally perform once per day. Concert performances range from 30 minutes to 90 minutes. Each artist will be scheduled for 3 to 5 performances in different venues around the Festival over the 4 days of the Festival.
Our artist budget is limited, so do not expect huge performance fees! Reasonable fees based on travel expenses and moderate performance payment will be expected, see the guideline below.
All fees quoted are to be totally inclusive of all costs such as GST, travel, visas, meals. There are no riders.
Backline is generally provided on the larger stages. Artists may still be expected to bring their own drum kits and amps.
Partners and children’s passes only will be provided. There are no passes provided for agents, other family members or friends.
For further information please contact:
David De Santi
0409 571 788
About Performing at the Peak Festival
Perisher Valley is about 500km south of Sydney, 210km south of Canberra and 800km north of Melbourne via Tumut.
The Festival is presented by the Perisher Resorts Chamber of Commerce with the assistance of an experienced team led by David De Santi, the Artistic Director of the very successful Illawarra Folk Festival.
Bed and Breakfast for artists will be provided in the Perisher Valley in share style accommodation. Partners and children accommodation can also be arranged for an additional fee of $60/night for partners and $35/night per child. Accommodation will be available from Friday 5th June to Sunday 8th June 2020 (3 nights).
ACCESS AND TRANSPORT
It may be possible to drive up to the snowfield but it is recommended that artists park at the Bullocks Flat Skitube Terminal and use the Skitube. Access for the Skitube will be provided as well as all transport around the snow fields.
If vehicle access to the mountain is allowed, dependent on snow falls and conditions, then parking will be available at the Smiggin Holes Carpark. Access will be via the National Park Entry and snow chains will be required. Parking at the Skitube Terminal will not require chains.
Transport from these locations to accommodation will be arranged.
The festival will also provide transport to and from venues. Transport requests must be made at least 4 hours prior to the required pickup time.
Performers accept all responsibility for their Tax Obligations, Superannuation and WorkCover requirements.
Artists are responsible for all their meals and drinks except for breakfast at the accommodation location.
For any further information please contact:
David De Santi
Program Director, Perisher Peak Festival, 0409 571 788